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Celebrate Graduation

High school graduation marks the end of your teen’s childhood and opens a new chapter as he or she enters the adult world. Whether your teen is headed into employment, the military, college, or another endeavor, we encourage you to “Celebrate Graduation.” Here are ideas to make the senior year memorable, links for graduation supplies, creative ideas for celebrations, documents to finalize (transcript and diploma), and ways to recognize honors students. These resources can help you finish well, and your graduate will be ready to take advantage of every opportunity life offers down the road.
College Admissions
College Prep Materials
Conference Info & Tapes
Distance Learning
Driver’s Ed
Extracurricular Activities
Financing College
Free Publications explaining student financial aid and helpful websites:
Gap Year
Honor Societies
  • The Internship Bible by Princeton Review
    • 100,000 opportunities to launch your career
    • Provides information and contacts for internships throughout the US including high school and college internships
Learning Challenges: Special Needs
If your child struggles with learning, the following resources will provide you with help. In addition, HSLDA members may download a more comprehensive list of the resources that Betty Statnick, HSLDA's Special Needs Coordinator, recommends.
Learning Styles
Library Aids
Parent/Teen/Family Resources
Preparing Students for College
Publishing Students’ Work
Visit our recordkeeping page for information about what records to keep, how to maintain them, and recordkeeping services.
    • Weeklong family/teen camp offered during the summer
    • Inspiring lectures/discussions presented by nationally known speakers in the civil and political arenas explaining how you can impact the nation for Christ
    • Includes fun and relaxing activities such as horseback riding, arts and crafts, hiking, swimming, and more
    • PHC Teen Camps (14-18 yrs old)
    • Provide leadership training to high school students
    • Learn to apply Biblical worldview to issues of today in fields such as journalism, intelligence, and constitutional law
    • Weekend Mind Games Conference
    • National Student Mind Games Conference (week long)
    • Preparation for the challenges of your faith
    • Worldview thinking skills
    • Teens learn how to understand ideas and answer major challenges to Christianity
    • Develop a Biblical worldview
    • Challenged to become leaders
    • Non-denominational organization helping Christians develop a Biblical worldview
    • Worldview training
    • Evangelism, Apologetics training, Servant Leadership training
Study Skills

Encourage students to adapt the following resources to suit their needs. Dual-enrollment and college prep students will find the college resources quite useful.

Time Management

The teenage years provide an opportunity for your teen to begin a lifelong practice of serving others. These sites will provide you ideas on where and how to begin.

DISCLAIMER: The content of this website has been prepared for and is intended to provide information that may be useful to members of the Home School Legal Defense Association. The Association does not necessarily warrant this information. The reader must evaluate this information in light of the unique circumstances of any particular situation and must determine independently the applicability of this information thereto.

Policy regarding resources listed by our Homeschooling Thru High School program:

Being listed as a resource does not constitute an endorsement by HSLDA. Our list of resources is not intended to be an exhaustive inventory of all available materials, but rather a sample listing of resources commonly used by our members.

HSLDA retains the exclusive right to determine which resources we will list. We will periodically update our list based on member feedback.

In general, resources listed must be of value to a substantial number of homeschoolers and cannot be overtly anti-Christian or anti-HSLDA.